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Saturday, May 9, The Photographer's Guide to Colorado's National Parks and Monuments
Join author and naturalist Cindy Maynard and professional photographer Bob Maynard to learn about their new book The Photographer's Guide to Colorado's National Parks and Monuments Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 p.m. at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center auditorium in Rocky Mountain National Park. Bob and Cindy will share their extensive personal experience, entertaining anecdotes, and a selection of Bob's photographs during this 45 minute presentation.
Nearly half their book is devoted to Rocky Mountain National Park. It provides guidance on photographically interesting spots in the park. This guide offers aid to photographers who wish to do their own exploring and provides tips for photographers to be in the right place, at the right time, with the right lens.
Bob Maynard is an award-winning photographer. He has been exploring the Colorado Rockies and the desert southwest since 1969. Having accumulated over 1400 photo credits, Bob's images have appeared in Audubon and Rocky Mountain Raptor Center publications. He is Chairman of the Louisville National Juried Photography Show and provides photo tour, photography workshops and corporate wall art services in Colorado, the Everglades and Utah.
Cindy Maynard is an experienced naturalist with an extensive background teaching and writing about the natural world. She has been a volunteer naturalist for Boulder County Open Space since 2002, and has taught classes on dozens of natural history topics. She is a regular contributor to Images Magazine, published by Boulder County. She serves on the Board of Directors for Boulder County Nature Association and Boulder County Audubon Society. She has extensive experience teaching and writing about the natural world.
Few states in the continental United States offer the range of geography and topography that Colorado does. The variety of scenic locations draws millions of annual visitors, most hoping to document their visit in photographs.
This program is free and open to the public.For more information about Rocky Mountain National Park please call the park's Information Office at (970) 586-1206.